Friday, July 11, 2008

Victory for David Davis against the Fascists

An ICM poll for the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust published on 9 July 2008 showed 60% of people saying that terrorism suspects should not be held for more than 28 days. (New ICM Poll: 60% oppose 42 days, 74% say no DNA records for the ... /Boost for Davis as poll shows little public support for 42 days )

Davis on 'spectacular' result



pentos said...

Before we start cheering Davis too readily, it's worth considering the possibility that he may well be a part of the very same Big Brother Regime he claims to be challenging.
Thinking about it, have we really had much of a debate on the issue?

Someone who makes a very good case for going further and not trusting Davis any more than any of the rest of 'em, currently has the most watched Google video in the UK and the 5th most watched in the world.

Strangely though not a mention has appeared anywhwere in the Mainstream Media.

The video can be seen here:

pentos said...

Apologies, link should be:

pentos said...

Oh fercrissakes!!!
Please accept my apologies - having trouble with this link (conspiracy, anyone?)
The URL is
For reasones I dont fully understand, I am apparently not permitted to post the complete link.
In order to reach the page in question, copy and paste as is, then delete the single space after the question mark.

Anon said...

Dear Pentos,

The bad-guys have attacked Davis.

My feeling therefore is that Davis, although perhaps naive about 9 11, is genuine in his opposition to 42 day detention.

My worry about David Icke is that he discredits the anti-big-brother movement because of his belief in lizards and other weird stuff.

The CIA has infiltrated the 'weird religions' in a big way.




pentos said...

Dear Aangirfan,

I had similar feelings about Davis, and was heartened that someone had apparently, broken ranks and was trying to raise awareness of possibly the most serious threat to our way of life...well...ever.
Unfortunately however, it seems as though this is not the case.

While it's true that some of the notions Icke has put his weight behind, have certainly been hard for many to swallow, this shouldn't detract from other more 'this-dimension' information that has become more widely known through him.

In respect of David Davis, I'm talking specifically about his connection to Big Brother itself:
He has been strongly supported by Ed Vaizey MP, Michael Gove MP and Colonel Tim Collins, who are all original signatories to the Statement of Principles of the Henry Jackson Society, a Neoconservative, 'think tank', set up in Britain in 2005 and named after the US senator, Henry 'Scoop' Jackson, one of the icons of the Neocon movement in the United States that has controlled the Bush administration since it came to power and orchestrated the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq and the war on terror in general.

International patrons of the Henry Jackson Society include Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, William Kristol, Robert Kagan and former CIA director, James Woolsey, all of whom were in the forefront of the instigation of the war on terror through their Neocon 'think tank', the Project for the New American Century, whose key members include Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz.

Indeed, Kristol and Kagan were co-founders of the Project for the New American Century.

The Henry Jackson Society is Britain's version of the same Project for the New American Century. Another of the original signatories to the Henry Jackson Society is Sir Richard Dearlove who was head of MI6 at the time of the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq and the launch of the war on terror.

Davis himself has been paid to speak by the American Enterprise Institute, the sister organisation of the Project for the New American Century, and the Neocon 'think tank', the Hudson Institute.
He also invited Patrick Mercer MP to support his by-election campaign, yet Mercer has connections to private security firms and companies that produce and sell the very Big Brother surveillance and control technology that Davis is complaining about.

And let's not forget that Davis is in favour of capital punishment and voted for the invasion of Iraq.

Id prefer to think that Davis is making a stand for us and our liberties. Unfortunately, the closer one looks the less likely this seems.


PS I enjoy your blog greatly - keep up the good work

Anon said...

Dear Pentos,

Thank you for your valuable information about the Henry Jackson Society. I hope you won't mind me using it in a blog entry.

Kindest regards



pentos said...

Dear Aangirfan

Far from minding in the slightest, I'm delighted to be able to contribute to the vital task of awakening folk.

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